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The life teachings found in the book of Job Featured

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john-obrienWhat Job Learned About God:

God is in control of everything. - 12:1-25 ; 12:13-25 ; 23:13-14

The things that Job wanted God to do:

  • Stop the pain! - 13:20-24
  • Explain "Why?" - 13:20-24 ; 23:2-
  • Furnish a mediator between him and God to argue Job's condition. - 9:32-35 ; 16:21
  • See that Job was innocent - 27:3-6

 The Major Enquiry Job Had:

  • Can the dead live again? - 14:14

 The Major Hope Job Had:

  • To see God one day! - 19:25-27

 Job’s Major misgivings about life:

  • The wicked enjoy life and get away with things! - 12:6 ; 21:7-18 ; 21:30-33 ; 24:1-17

 What The Past Held For Job: (Chapter 29)

  • 1. In the past: God took care of me. 2
  • 2. In the past: God guided me in what to do. 3
  • 3. In the Past: God's friendship was felt in Job’s home. 4
  • 4. In the past: Job had the pleasure of being surrounded by God and his children 5
  • 5. In the past: Job was financially productive and wealthy. 6
  • 6. In the past: Job enjoyed high respect and admiration. 7
  • 7. In the past: Every one liked Job. 15
  • 8. In the past: Job was philanthropic. - 12 ; 36:18-20
  • 9. In the past: Job gave much assistance to the poor and orphans. 13
  • 10. In the past: Job’s actions gave hope to the hopeless. 13
  • 11. In the past Job was helpful to widows. 13
  • 12. In the past: Job gave help to the blind and lame. 15
  • 13. In the past: Job was helpful to everyone. 16
  • 14. In the past: Job gave money to those in debt. 17
  • 15. In the past: Jobs manner of living was righteous. 14
  • 16. In the past: Job was honest. 14
  • 17. In the past: God recognized his right living. 14
  • 18. In the past: Job lived a life of justice. 14
  • 19. In the past: Job was an example of wisdom. 21-23
  • 20. In the past: Job was an encourager 24-25
  • 21. In the past: Job took others pain 30:25

 The Defence Of Job: (Chapter 31)

  • 1. No!: To adultery. - 1
  • 2. No!: To lies. - 5
  • 3. No!: To covetousness - 7
  • 4. No!: To affairs. - 9
  • 5. No!: to Mistreatment of others - 13
  • 6. No!: To neglecting the poor. - 16-23
  • 7. No!: To Misplacing trust. - 24
  • 8. No!: To bragging and pride. - 25
  • 9. No!: To to revenge. - 29-30
  • 10. No!: To curses - 30
  • 11. No!: To backturning on the needy. - 31-32
  • 12. No: To hiding sin. - 33-34

 What Regret Did Job Have?

That he questioned God’s wisdom. Also that he complained insted of trusting what God was doin.- 42:3-6

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